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Latest Tom Heckert Items
Chris Gocong has joined a new team: the Cleveland core.
True to his bulldozing running style, Peyton Hillis answered questions about his contract extension head on.
Players and coaches quietly hustled in and out of the Cleveland Browns training facility on Friday.
The Browns, and new coach Pat Shurmur, will hold their first practice of 2011 training camp on Sunday.
Once they hung up the phones, closed their laptops and discarded uneaten sushi, the Cleveland Browns' bosses felt satisfied.
On the phone from New York moments after Cleveland made him its first-round pick, Baylor's Phil Taylor was asked to describe himself.
The Cleveland Browns got bigger and maybe a lot badder. That's a good thing.
Let's see, a game-changing wide receiver for quarterback Colt McCoy. A get-after-the-quarterback pass rusher for new coach Pat Shurmur's defensive front. A right tackle. A linebacker or two. A few special team-types with upside. Maybe a kicker or a cornerback.
Pat Shurmur has NFL coaching pedigree, experience with young quarterbacks and ties to Cleveland's front office.